[PD] finding source file of vanilla object
agitato816 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 23 20:12:51 CET 2014
thanks for the answer!
I tried to find with grep, but it doesn't work...
*akntk at umi:~/Downloads/pd-0.46-4$ grep '"metro"' *.c*
*grep: *.c: No such file or directory*
I'm on Ubuntu 14.04 amd64
On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 3:12 AM, IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:
> On 12/23/2014 07:05 PM, Jonghyun Kim wrote:
> > Hi list,
> > I wanna see and learn the source of vanilla object, but I can't find the
> > source file.
> > I guess the C source of [metro] is metro.c, but metro.c file doesn't
> > I found it very difficultly named after x_time.c!
> > I guess:
> > [metro] is in *metro.c*
> > But actually:
> > [metro] is in *x_time.c*
> > How can I find the source of each object easily?
> $ grep '"metro"' *.c
> "grep" is the unix-command to search a number of text-files for a given
> i'm using both kind of quotes to search for a string literal containing
> the double-quotes (<<"metro">>), as I know that each class has to be
> registered with it's name, which means that the C-string "metro" has to
> occur somewhere in the text.
> > I would to know too, why and how naming the source file name? I can't
> > understand...
> part of the filename is obvious (e.g. "time" relates to things (e.g.
> objects) that deal with - well - time, like [metro]).
> there's a short explanation about the non-obvious part ("x_") in
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